Oral Sensory Activities

Oral Sensory Activities

Looking for some ways to assist your child with oral sensory activities? Here are some suggestions for calming oral sensory activities:

🌬️Blowing – balloons, blowing bubbles or whistles
🫁Taking deep breaths slowly in & out through the nose and the mouth
🥤Sucking thicker liquids through a Chewy Charms straw, such as yoghurt or a smoothie
📳A vibration – like a battery powered toothbrush or vibrating toy on the cheeks or lips
🍴Chewing one of our chewy charms! Or also gum, dried fruit or fruit roll ups
🧃Drinking from a water bottle that requires resisted sucking

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